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Entravision Eliminates Radio President Position

7-30-2012

With 48 stations, 46 which operate in the top 50 Hispanic markets, it might seem a little odd that Entravision is eliminating the position now being held by Jeff Liberman. What was not part of the recently filed 8K announcing Liberman's promotion to COO was the fact that the Radio President position he now occupies, will not be filled. An Entravision spokesman told Radio Ink, "Jeffery Liberman has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer of Entravision Communications Corporation, where he will oversee the operations across all of Entravision's media platforms, including television, radio, and digital. He will no longer carry the title of president of Entravision's radio division."

Even though Liberman will now oversee all divisions as COO, his employment agreement signed in 2010, does not change. That contract runs through the end of 2013. Entravision has multiple radio stations in 13 markets, including six in Los Angeles, four in Phoenix, four in McAllen, five in El Paso, and three in Denver. The majority of the Entravision stations are located in California and Texas, two states that represent approximately half of all U.S. Hispanics and contain the top 5 highest-density Hispanic markets in the United States.

Entravision also owns radio stations in 11 markets in which they also have television stations, McAllen-Brownsville, Texas; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Denver, Colorado; El Paso, Texas; Las Vegas, Nevada; Monterey, California; Yuma, Arizona-El Centro, California; Palm Springs, California; Lubbock, Texas; and Reno, Nevada; and Orlando – Daytona Beach Melbourne, Florida.



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